At bp pulse, we’re transforming how the world powers transport. Over the last 10 years, we’ve helped the transition to electric vehicle charging for a more sustainable future. We are committed to making EV charging fast, reliable, and convenient, and serving customers where they need it – at home, at work and on the go.
To help us drive the EVolution, we need engineers, marketers and developers like you to make the change happen with us.
We know that charging electric vehicles is different from refuelling other vehicles, but we don’t believe that difference should mean that it’s more difficult.
We believe that electric vehicle charging should be fast and hassle-free, without you having to worry about how, where or when you will charge.
Over the course of more than 10 years, we have established ourselves as the leader in electric vehicle charging, enabling EV drivers to charge at home, at work and on the go.
On our mission to make charging fast and hassle-free, our charging points have been used over 35 million times to enable around 200 million miles of zero tailpipe emission driving.
We work with the world’s leading vehicle manufacturers to support their customers, as well as some of the UK’s biggest fleets, leasing companies and local authorities.
We are the UK’s only fully integrated, end-to-end manufacturer and operator of charging infrastructure, and our nationwide network of public charge points is recognised for its quality and reliability.
We have been part of bp since 2018 and we are growing rapidly.
We are not just part of the biggest change in the automotive industry for a century – we are at the forefront of it.
Over 10 years ago, Chargemaster Ltd was founded when there were only a few electric vehicles on the road. In 2018, bp acquired bp Chargemaster and the Polar network and set out ambitious targets to support EV charging and meet our net zero aspirations.
Today, bp pulse is bp’s UK electrification offer.
Our goal is to make electric vehicle charging easier for our customers and partners.
Here’s a snapshot of how we are working across our businesses – from charging to e-Fluids – so we can all get plugged into the EV revolution
With electric vehicles already outselling diesels in some parts of the world, is 2022 the year that electrification charges ahead? Our e-mobility strategy specialist, Brandon Roberts, looks at six factors that could help or hinder EV take-off
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